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was 64 years old when he died in an israeli prison. palestinians say he was not given beach treatment that he needed. he was jailed for plotting to carry at a bomb attack in jerusalem in 2002. he was buried in his hometown. the issue of prisoners is important for the palestinians. there are more than four and a half thousand held in israeli jails and nearly every family has a relative who at some time has been in an israeli jail. elsewhere, there were more funerals. for two teenagers who were shot dead on wednesday night in clashes with the army. israel says that they had attacked a military checkpoint. for several months, there have been sporadic flareups in violence. the issue of palestinian prisoners often the source. there were more clashes today. some have warned of a third palestinian intifada, but most palestinians say there's little appetite for that. all of this comes weeks after president obama visited the region to tell people here that he still believes in peace between israelis and palestinians. john kerry will be back here over the weekend. at the moment, the talk of pea
, operations officer at naval beach group 1, i was a coach during the exercise. we supported the exercise with 3 subject matter experts from amphibious construction battalion 1, their expertise is in route clearance, they actually played in the exercise and i was the coach for the exercise. >> good morning, i'm colonel alley, marine operations officer for the marine expedition briged. i was responsible for the planning and (inaudible). >> good morning, my name is (inaudible), superintendent pe department of public works, i'm responsible for street cleaning, trees, landscaping through the city. on the day of the incident i was the operations chief at the incident command poach at ocean beach. >> good morning, i'm captain houston with the california national guard. i'm with first marine briged. i've been coming to san francisco since may for the planning efforts and i got to participate in the com drill with 6 marines and we were dispersed from all 3 different sites. >> good morning, everybody, my name is michelle geddis, i'm with the san francisco department of emergency management, i'
county, today's modern day virginia beach from the ocean view area all the way to the north carolina border. many of 1862, the surrounding areas and counties and princess anne county being one game under union occupation. the duration of the work. affected princess anne county in many ways. the folks here under the occupation of union forces, they sacrificed for their husbands, sons to my grandson's, nephews, their uncles. all these men were all fighting for the confederacy. and because these folks here were in southern sympathizers to the cause of the war, they suffered dearly at the hands of the yankees or the union occupiers in the area. the union troops would come down here erratically in small patrols because they did not give any resistance here in princess anne county. all the folks, other than the and the man and the older man, everybody else was off fighting for the cause. the union patrol's patrolling in and out of the county. it did not have anything to fear. you really wanted to wash his hands of the war, when he came back home in january of 1863, of course, when lincoln
and all the elephant seals getting busy on the beach. this fascinating view draws hordes of tourists to the california shores every year. so nick watt went for a peek. >> reporter: if you drive down the coast of central california the right time of year you're in for a big surprise. you might spot ugly prehistoric looking beasts sunning themselves and having sex. this beach draws frisky elephant seals like daytona beach in spring. in november the dudes start arriving and fighting and the ones that win are the alpha bulls. they have harems of 15 to 20 females. the beaten sneaker bulls loiter on the fringes hoping to see mating action when the alpha is distracted. and the humans gawk. >> what sort of reactions do you get from people who come here and see these monsters? >> very good question. we get everything from -- they are the ugliest thing i have seen to i really want to take one home. >> reporter: mother seals give birth on the sand and follows 28 days of suckling on 55% fat milk. they grow from the size of a seventh grader to a linebacker in less than a month and they are abando
it did have is a steamtrain line that ran out lincoln way to the beach. it was basically built to bring picnicers, who wanted to get away for the weekend, to go to the beach for a sunday. right here at the end of the sunset district, at the northwest corner, is where carville gets its start, on a little strip of land, a little block that the mayor at the time owned. and that's where colonel daley put up his little coffee sal yoon -- saloon, using that old car. that's where carville takes off. so who's responsible for carville? we said the mayor of san francisco at the time. very wealthy land owner. owned at one point i think they say 1/12 of san francisco in land. most of it was in the west side of the city. robert fitzgerald was called the king of carville. he was an early settler to carville. jacob heyman that realtor, started being called the father of carville. we'll see why in a second. and this guy on the left, colonel daley, was often called the pioneer father of carville. he really gets a lot of the credit. here's colonel daley in his little shed. how do we describe him? he's so
types of zoning controls in north beach district. were those in existence at the time? >> no. none of them would have been. at the time it was -- we are still under, it probably still a commercial zoning district. there is 7 zoning districts and now we have more than a hundred. so at the time -- >> going to the argument billion -- of how the idea is, it's legally something else but those zoning controls no response place and applicable today are not applicable then. i think that goes against your argument that it would basically generate -- or encourage property owners to illegally do something else to open a restaurant. that wasn't at issue at the time. the retail use was sort of classified in a c f c that it was allowed to do? >> i think my concern is the appellant's argument is that we should look at not at the last legal use but the last use. so whether that be legal or illegal. so my concern is that applying that standard of saying, went, the last use was illegal, so, we are going to say that you can put a restaurant in that location. >> but that illegal use was going on for
problems at cowell beach. this is the story that janine de la vega is covering for us this morning. she'll have the details coming up in a live report. stay tuned for that. >>> we are learning more information about the suspected master mind of the boston bombings. tamerlan tsarnaev was living on state welfare benefits at the same time he was embracing radical anti-american politics. those benefits stopped last year when they stopped meeting income eligibility. meantime his american widow has issued her first public statement since the bombing. 24-year-old kathryn russell hid her face as she left her parent's home but she issued a statement through her attorney saying she was stunned by the terrorist plot and is doing all she can to assist in the investigation. now there is another sign that things are starting to get back to normal in boston. the street where is the bombs exploded last week is back open for this bus morning. >>> time now 6:05 let's go back to santa cruz. police are taking a new approach to problems at cowell beach. janine de la vega is out there right now to tell us ab
ends up in long beach. man: we've created a system to deal with flooding but inadvertently created a pathway for pollution to get into our waterways. narrator: los angeles county is beginning to develop ways to reduce the infrastructure's impact upon the environment. on the front lines of protecting the beaches, are the crews that clean out the stormwater system. man: this big vactor truck works on the same principle as your vacuum cleaner in your house, only this thing sucks up the whole house. some of the storm drains collect a lot of trash. i started cleaning drains in '93. they were horrible because they hadn't been maintained so much. now this is a priority. you have trash, animal waste, and it ends up on our beaches. that is a health risk. that is one of the main reasons why we have to close the beaches after heavy rain. narrator: but even when it's not raining, water still enters the stormwater system, carrying pollutants. here on the west coast, a lot of our storm drain systems are separate from the sanitary sewer system, so if you dump something in the storm drain, it goes
're watching 48 hours of nonfiction authors and books on c-span2's tv. welcome to virginia beach on booktv. with the help of our communicate and cable partners, for the next hour we'll talk with local authors about their books with national storylines as well as looking at the history and culture of virginia beach. we start out with author amy waters yarsinske and her book "an american in the basement," which chronicles the cover-up of the death of navy captain michael scott speicher in 1991 gulf war. >> scott speicher was very young, 33 when he went missing, navy pilot, father of two, kind of nice family started down in jacksonville, florida,. >> why the interest in him? >> the time he went missing and to read the headlines i thought this is odd he does why aren't they looking for him? why aren't they doing this? certain protocol that follows when something like this happens. if you think about this in the terms of the way i would think about it, about 1994, i started getting more interested in more interested in what was going on. because i would hear things here and there, people talk
including the lemcools. >> this is the kitchen. >> reporter: when we first met them in union beach in december, they were a step away from homeless. wendy, her parents, her son gavin, the dog, cat and hamster spent four months, including the holidays, in a holiday inn sharing two small hotel rooms. today they have space in a temporary rental and now know their home needs to be torn down. >> it's just hard to look at. knowing that we have to demolish it. this is where he grew up. this is where he grew up. i don't know if we can afford to rebuild. >> reporter: almost line of sight from union beach is staten island, nine miles across the bay. here in january, scott and dee mcgrath's first floor was little more than a walk-in freezer. >>> 39. >> 39 degrees. >> there are so many holes in the walls and the wind blowing. there's just no way. >> reporter: now they have walls and heat, but still no final flood map from fema. >> we're very willing to raise our house to stay. it's only a matter of knowing how high we have to go. >> reporter: their second floor interact, the mcgraths never lef
francisco state, the wind damaged this fence near ocean beach and gusts tore apart this baseball field backstop in parkside square park. crews also cut down this tree in golden gate park monday because the wind had started to push it over. in the east bay, gusts knocked over a lot of smaller trees and damaged numerous cars. this big tree came down in pleasant hill, blocking ridge view drive and damaging this pickup truck. the owner seemed to take it all in stride... in the south bay, the wind shook the palms and knocked over several trees. crews in cupertino cleared this big tree out of a roadway and finally pg&e crews through out the bay area were also kept very busy monday as the wind knocked out power in several areas including san jose and redwood city. in the newsroom, charles clifford kron 4 news. >> jacqueline: to some of the wind was gusting exceptionally strong. you can see that is when the from our camera on the mount tam. in the last 24 hours, we can see marin, 59 degrees. fairfield, 41 m.p.h.! right n.l. it is still breezy and a few locations with a 22 in half moon bay. oth
than we have previously been told. >>> later, why the thoughts of so many went back to the beach today as people remembered a great and enduring star. ♪ beach blanket bingo >>> as we mentioned earlier there is new research out tonight. it's shedding light on how a diet that's heavy in red meat can lead to heart disease. it is a study of 2600 people that pinpointed a compound that could be the real culprit aside and apart from the saturated fat doctors have long worried about and warned us about. the story from our chief medical editor, dr. nancy snyderman. >> reporter: 68-year-old wink baldwin has always been conscientious about food. eating meat only a few times a week. >> the doctor says, you know, one of these days we have to think about lowering your cholesterol. it's borderline high. reporter: after his brother had three mini strokes he became seriously concerned about the amount of red meat he was consuming. according to a new study his concern may be warranted. in a report from the cleveland clinic published in nature medicine researchers believe they have found a new link bet
as the sausage factory, this is a historic resource nr the north beach area, in a minute, i have some images that i wanted to share with the members of the board, just of the property. i want to emphasize, the only issue in the letter of determination that we are disputing is really one phrase, and it's the finding in that letter of determination that the subject property was "last occupied" by a basic neighborhood sale or service, i.e., a retail establishment, that's the only issue that we have of that letter of determination. i want to emphasize the reason that we are concerned with that finding in the letter of determination that in the north beach ncd, special use district, if a property once had a neighborhood serving retail use, it may never have a full restaurant use in the future. and the public policy reason i believe for that restriction in the north beach ncd is to obviously prevent restaurants which are high rent paying from displacing neighborhood serving retail uses like laundromats or hardware stores or things like that, so i believe is the public policy reason for that inter
, that's the kind of mayhem that's becoming green street and north beach. they have a wine bar on the other side of my building from 10 a.m. to 2 a.m. blasting to 95 decibels. i'm really concerned about safety, about more inebriated extremely inebriated people on green street where i have also had to clean blood off my front door and sidewalk after people have been in fights in that neighborhood highly inebriated. i think that green street is saturated. thank you. >> thank you. >> thank you, any other public comment? okay. seeing none we'll start with rebuttal. mr. yarney, you have three minutes. >> thank you very much. i have one general comment. i definitely hear the gentleman's concerns, the public speaker and i want to point out to the board members is that there is a conditional use process. if we are in the position in the future to submit an application for a full service restaurant it would go under a c u p process and that's the process for affecting those negative -- i would suggest it's not applicable in this circumstance. that section effectively if there was the n
, making lists. lists of everything from the average temperature at your favorite beach, to the on-time records of airlines. to the location of every restaurant in the united states. all information mined and organized, which can be sold for a great deal of money. when he was 7 years old, gill elbaz wrote i want to grow up, be rich and be a math me 'tis who is very smart. he's gone 3 for 3, according to "new york times." thanks for being with us. you have two hats. during the day, you are the ceo of factual, and at night you do this common crawl foundation. both use data from the internet. common crawl is the one where you're actually building a model of the internet itself. is factual more a warehouse of information? help me understand the difference. >> factual is trying to structure and clean information on behalf of a wide ecosystem. >> and make money. >> and make money. >> common crawl is doing it for free, as an open for all sort of concept. >> common crawl is a copy of the web. the web -- it's the most fantastic collection of knowledge that humanity has assembled. why not ma
. now over to you. >>> 4:32. a place so many of us go to rest and enjoy the beach. but this morning, an ugly story is coming out of rehob it beach. police are investigating -- investigating an key rehobeth beach. police are investigating an arrest. >> reporter: the man is being arrested by police but many are questioning if the arrest was police brutality arnecessary force. take a look. >> put your hands behind your back. >> guys, listen i just want to take him home. guys. stop it can i take him home. >> ma'am he is under arrest. >> reporter: the woman on video is the man's wife and she record the incident. it was uploaded to youtube and shows officers tasting the man about a minute into the video an officer tries to handcuff the man and that's when things start to get questionable. you can see another officer repeatedly tasting the man and then kicking him in the head. rehobeth beach police say they are investigating. they are not saying yes was arrested beer our sister station wmdt says it stems from a incident. a woman called because he wouldn't leave the property and use extreme
to that nude beach that hugo was talking about? ugh. nude beaches are full of overweight, out-of-shape old bodies and i don't want to go there and realize i look exactly like that. i'll go with you, mom. mother-daughter nudity day. fun! i'm pretty sure it's no kids allowed. no kids allowed? hmm... look through here and tell me what you see. tina: it's a cliff. my turn! that's a cliff, all right. tina, you nailed it! no, it's a cliff that overlooks the nude beach. and if we figure out how to get up there, we could sell tours-- nudity tours-- to teenage boys. it's like the internet, but outside. yes! hey, whoa, god! we're not even at the nude beach yet, you. guess my boobs didn't get the memo. ha! linda: it's like we're in paris. i love it. i know. c'est la vie. let's go! whoo! keep hacking! come on, guys, we're gonna be the lewis and clark of nudism! i'll be the sacajawea. of sacks! this is fun! (gasps) you already took your bottoms off! whoa, whoa! what kind of shape is that? i don't know, it started out to be a triangle, but then i had to do it myself, and then, i don't know... it's like
volunteers in the bay area gathered today at pacifica's linda mar beach to participate in clean-up activities. the pacifica beach coalition has organized earth day activities since 2005 and today, hundreds of people assisted in liter pick ups, gardening, and habitat restoration. the organization focuses on improving beaches, shorelines, wathershed areas and streets by removing liter and non-native plants. over 150 community groups and 125 businesses participated with the pacifica beach coalition in this year's earth day. move over i-tunes. twitters is starting to enter the music field. our tech reporter gabe slate has the latest. >> kron 4 news is rolling out a new program called kron rewards. for the entire month of april, watch kron 4 news and you can earn valuable points you can redeem for prizes, cash cards or exclusive kron 4 items. you can redeem points. it is kind of like frequent-flier miles. just for watching us. kron 4 news will feature a word on the day beginning at 8 a.m. or 8:00 p.m. you then enter that word on kron 4 rewards and start earning points but first, you have to sign u
. he let colonel daley squat in there essentially. he went out every morning, walked along the beach. whatever washed up he brought back to his shed and created quite a large little compound of old bottles, shoes, anything that washed up. a ship wreck. provided a bunch of lumber. he made a sleeping loft in his cabin. for a while he had a wife. she didn't wash up in the waves. but she did eventually wash out. she couldn't handle cooking in the sandunes every night, creating a fire. so she left him sometime in the late 18920 -- 1890's. but daley took one of those cars we were talking about and opened this little coffee saloon where he sold sandwiches, doughnuts, and little items to the picnicers who came out to the beach on the weekends. and soon other people, they kind of were charmed by this little old horse car that was being used as a store. and they asked if it was possible that they could rent a car on his land. and he said, ok, $5 a month you can have a little car clubhouse in the land that he owned at the beach. so you see off in the distance that white shed. that's the colonel
that at as a gauge. >> battered and bruised they made it to a small beach and spent the night eating bananas. a farmer spotted them the next day and helped them to safety. >> here's our first check on weather. >> leigh: we're all clear out there. rain-wise, as you see on live doppler 7hd. but the low clouds and fog continue to make inland roads -- roads moving inland over the bay tonight. here's a live look from the high definition emeryville camera. fog over san francisco. when the fog clears, nice. santa rosa, high of 76. 59 in san francisco, and livermore, 86 degrees. more heat tomorrow. take a look at the forecast coming up. >> ama: tonight there are new developments in the boston they're thon bombing investigation. the fbi says the bombs were detonated using toy car remotes with batteries manufactured by a bay area company. russian intelligence secretly recorded a 2011 conversation between one of the sons and his mother in they discuss jihad, and a search of a massachusetts landfill is done. here's a report. >> investigators are increasingly suspicious the tsarnaev brothers had to have
and bruised they made it to a small beach and spent the night eating bananas. a farmer spotted them the next day and helped them to safety. >> here's our first check on weather. >> leigh: we're all clear out there. rain-wise, as you see on live doppler 7hd. but the low clouds and fog continue to make inland roads -- roads moving inland over the bay tonight. here's a live look from the high definition emeryville camera. fog over san francisco. when the fog clears, nice. santa rosa, high of 76. 59 in sa, and livermore, 86 degrees. more heat tomorrow. take a look at the forecast coming up. >> ama: tonight there are new developments in the boston they're thon bombing investigation. using toy car remotes were with batteries manufactured by a bay area company. russian intelligence secretly recorded a 2011 conversation between one of the sons and his mother in they discuss jihad, and a search of a massachusetts landfill is done. here's a report. >> investigators are increasingly suspicious the tsarnaev brothers had to have had technical advice to build their bomb. a government document obtained by
to you. nice and clear out there. fog-free. maybe a beach day. temperatures mainly in the 50s. 60s up in the north bay. the beaches will be nice and sunny from the mid-60s ocean beach and pacifica to the upper 80s in the warmest inland valleys. the evening quite nice, too. the warmup will be quick. you will need the sun block. starting out in the mid-60s about 1:00 and climbing through the 60s. very nice day today. if you have tickets for the game. but we are also talking about mist and drizzle returning by the end of the work week. we will explain a little later. carolyn. >> thank you, lisa. on this sunday after this week the city of boston is offering prayers for those killed and injured in the marathon bombing. here's a live look inside the holy cathedral in boston where cardinal sean o'malley is celebrating mass for the victims and praying for the injured. tamon bradley is there. tamon, this is part of the healing process? >> it is, indeed. and the prayer moments ago was for the victims of violence. outside here on the streets of boston people are saying that this is our city. the
. a man is set on fire while sitting in his car at a 7/11 in long beach. police say a man lit something on fire and then threw it into the open window of suv. witnesses say it went up in flames so fast the driver had no time to react. a local homeless man was arrested for what police say appears to be a random attack. >> when the suspect walked up to him, through a flammable -- flew a flammable liquid inside of the vehicle and caught the victim on fire. suspect fled. >> the good samaritan helped the victim out of the car. he's now in the hospital in critical condition. the suspect was caught a block away. witnesses say the victim may have refused to give the suspect money before the attack. >>> developing news rescuers are scrambling to find a missing snow shoer caught in an avalanche east of seattle. he was with friends at snoqualmie pass, a device showed the group was sent down the mountain at more than 50 miles an hour for about 1,000 feet. two men emerged from the snow but their friend is still missing. avalanches hit at least one other group of snow shoers today at heavy snow was f
francisco. >> in celebration of the big day, aquarium of the bay hosted a beach cleanup at aquatic park. while volunteers cleaned up the beach, of course, and surrounding areas, divers from aquarium of the bay went under water to pull trash out of it. they expect to pull up many of the same things they found last year. >> it was really unique. i'll be anxious to see what they find this time. we found bottles last year. we found people have gone down there and brought up, like, tires and sinks. last year i found a couple crowbars. so it's things that i think come off of a lot of the ships, too. >> also on earth day, a ban of most plastic shopping bags in most cities across san mateo county. that starts tomorrow. >>> the cherry blossoms are blooming in san francisco's japan town. nbc areas mike inouye. he looks good. he emceed the senior appreciation brunch honoring japanese-american seniors who've made a difference in their community. there was also a parade as you can see. the 46th annual. more than 1,500 people participated on this beautiful day. >> beautiful day. tomorrow might be say
the idea of future stations in north beach; unfortunately that did not do any outreach; they didn't even invite the merchants association to participate. i actually kind of just raised my hand to them and said, i am coming to talk about this with you. and once again this is not something that will happen for many years probably. but the neighborhood needs to be anticipating and i think that is the thing we need to get mta to understand is that there are real people living in these neighborhoods and working in these neighborhoods and they need to be part of the process right from the beginning and you know it saves them a lot of wear and tear i grief if folks know what is going on and don't just have it presented to them as a done deal which of course makes everyone hystericaland upset. and i think it would have a better relationship in the communities if they started very early on these projects. and perhaps there should be some kind of advisory group to mta on the long-term projects that could weigh in as they are continuing. this is going to have a lot more infrastructure projects in t
that will affect people who use a popular beach. we'll tell you why it was declared a public nuisance. >> mark tamayo is up soon to tell you about the cooling trend moving in. >>> and a mystery at the giants' ballpark. something is missing. >>> traffic is moving on the san mateo bridge again but that was not the case this morning. it happened at 7:30 this morning, this accident. the cell phone video was sent to us. the highway patrol had to shut down lanes to allow emergency crews access and traffic was backed up for miles. it started when a toyota corolla stalled on the bridge, it was rear ended by a bmw, which was then hit by the third car. the toyota driver suffered moderate to major limits. >>> there's a beach curfew in santa cruz. janine de la vega is there getting reaction to this. >> reporter: it's overcast here at the beach. but that has not stopped people from enjoying the waves and playing in the sand. if you look to the rights, mounds of hazardous waste was checking. >> this summer was some of the worst conditions i've seen as far as drug use, trash. >> reporter: this youtube video
criminal hand held did he vase on the car to the left. another burglary. >> long beach police department reached tout numerous organizations even international organizations. don't know what it is. they have no idea. >>reporter: why? this isn't supposed to be possible. modern car security systems are equipped with rolling code similar to those used on garage doors. every time the key fob button presse pressed. a new code is set. so even if a criminal with sophisticated scanning equipment dedetectives and steals the code, it does them no good. many because the code changes with every push of the button. >> we have shown this video to experts in the field and everybody right now is they don't know what it is. >>reporter: it is this hand held did he vase. crime i find has been seen internationally. this netherlands base security web site discusses rolling code being thwarted. but on this site nobody knows how. search of archives found similar incident in chicago in august of 2012. home surveillance systems catches the in action. >> walk past my car. dome light comes on and he ki
on the car to the left. another burglary. >> long beach police department reached tout numerous organizations even international organizations. don't know what it is. they have no idea. >>reporter: why? this isn't supposed to be possible. modern car security systems are equipped with rolling code similar to those used on garage doors. every time the key fob button presse pressed. a new code is set. so even if a criminal with sophisticated scanning equipment dedetectives and steals the code, it does them no good. many because the code changes with every push of the button. >> we have shown this video to experts in the field and everybody right now is they don't know what it is. >>reporter: it is this hand held did he vase. crime i find has been seen internationally. this netherlands base security web site discusses rolling code being thwarted. but on this site nobody knows how. search of archives found similar incident in chicago in august of 2012. home surveillance systems catches the in action. >> walk past my car. dome light comes on and he kind of stops in the track walks right
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